By W. SMIT, A. BOCHKOV, R. CAPLE
Книга natural Synthesis natural SynthesisКниги Химия Автор: W. Smit, A. Bochkov, R. Caple Год издания: 1998 Формат: pdf Издат.:Royal Society of Chemistry Страниц: 477 Размер: 29,3 ISBN: 0854045449 Язык: Английский eighty five (голосов: 1) Оценка:Reader's review:This ebook is à solid handbook for beginning natural chemist. i've got learn it in 2001 in Russian translation, since it was once written through Russian chemists. the trendy elements of natural synthesis and plenty of achievements of a technology of final years are mirrored. typically, the booklet could be helpful who desires to get conversant in natural synthesis.
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We would see a system containing isolated clusters, overpopulated with some structures combined with areas populated only with dispersed and isolated representatives. Equally surprising is the realization that huge tracts of possible and at times even trivial structures would be left unoccupied. For example, unbranched aliphatic acids with an even number of carbon atoms will be generously represented, while one finds a nearly complete absence of odd-numbered and branched acids. Nature produces an incredible diversity of the most ingeniously constructed cyclic products containing cycloaliphatic, aromatic, or heterocyclic moieties, but such derivatives like aniline or thiophenol, as well as plethora of other simple representatives of these classes, are not in the list of naturally occurring substances.
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Organic synthesis: the science behind the art by W. SMIT, A. BOCHKOV, R. CAPLE